Community Choice Aggregation | California
Reflecting California Values with Community Choice Aggregation – CCA
What is California Community Choice Aggregation – CCA?
With the passage of California AB 117 in 2002, local governments became able to create large electricity-buying groups to save money and stabilize energy-supply rates. Following similar successes in other states, California began leveraging the bulk purchasing power of thousands of households with the Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program.
Through Good Energy and the Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program, power rates have lowered significantly for thousands of households and businesses. In addition, the CCA expanded renewable-energy options for Californians, letting communities reflect their environmental values by choosing green alternatives for their power supply.
Save Money with a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) Program in Your Community
As a pioneer in energy aggregation, Good Energy manages more Community Choice Aggregation programs than any other energy-management firm. Nationally, with more than 200 Community Energy Aggregation programs representing more than one million households, Good Energy manages energy procurement for 1 percent of the U.S. population. Our experience enables us to design successful turnkey CCA programs in California that provide these benefits:
- Rate stability for the duration of the contract
- Power and quality service delivered by the same utility
- Automatic enrollment, unless customer opts out
- No obligation to participate
- No early cancellation fees
Good Energy can also help electricity consumers save on power costs with electricity demand-management programs such as lighting retrofits, peak shaving and load monitoring. Call us today at (866) 955-2677 to schedule your no-obligation consultation and learn how we can help you save.